Council Member Natalie Moser has called Huntington Beach home for more than 40 years. Natalie is a proud mom, successful business owner, community leader, and committed change-maker. She ran for public office in 2020 because she cares deeply for her community and has the experience, curiosity, moral imagination and leadership to make a real difference in the city she loves.
Natalie graduated from Marina High School and later California State University, Long Beach with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in History. She completed her Masters in Business Administration (MBA) at Chapman University where she was the recipient of a Chapman fellowship and a member of the Gamma Beta Phi Honors Society. Natalie initially pursued a career in the financial services industry, culminating in her position as Director of Organizational Performance and Member Advocacy at one of the nation’s largest credit unions. As her focus shifted to raising a family, she built a successful photography business.
Natalie is a breast cancer survivor and a founding board member of the McKenna Claire Foundation for Pediatric Brain Cancer Research and has served on various PTOs and School Site Councils, including the Ocean View School District where she was honored as one of the Volunteers of the Year for 2020. Natalie was the Chairperson of the HB Human Relations Task Force and was honored by OC Human Relations with the 2020 Diverse Community Leader Award.
Since her swearing-in in December 2020, Council Member Moser has remained committed to improving the lives of the community by facilitating conversations that activate change, focusing on improved accessibility and mobility, working on policy to protect the environment, and on innovative and collaborative approaches to end homelessness and improve community wellness. She lives in Northwest Huntington Beach with her husband, son, daughter, and their two dogs.